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How has the fishing been on Wabedo the last week??

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is there an easier way to get to Wabedo other than the channel from Littly Boy i have only fished it on open water

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Yes there is an access on the SW side of Wabedo.

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ok thanks is that a boat launce in the summer too?

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Yep, I usually go out from there and fish Wabedo first, then go through the channel (water level permitting) into LB.

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Huh i never new about that i will have to check that out next time i get up there. Everytime i get up there and i check out the ice box in the gas station in town(dont remember what the station is called) and i always see monster crappies coming out of Wabedo, ive tried a couple of times and never been able to find anything big has anyone else found any of those slabs? not lookin for spots just wondering

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